Peace®

Peace® is the most famous and most grown yellow rose in history. Mostly born in solitary, the delicate lemon yellow flowers have a painted pink edge which become more pronounced as the blooms matures. With age, these classic, large, double blooms change to resemble peonies. Peace® is an upright rose plant which can be 3′ – 4′ tall. Recognized internationally, Peace® has been the recipient of the following awards: AARS 1946, Portland Gold Medal 1944, ARS Gold Medal 1947, NRS 1947, World Hall of Fame Rose 1976. All roses have been grown and tended in our family-owned rose nursery.


Classification

Colour

Other Names

Gioia, Gloria Dei, Madame A. Meilland

Fragrance

Fragrance Description
Shrub Form

Bloom Size

Petal Count

Hardy

Awards

AARS 1946, Portland Gold Medal 1944, ARS Gold Medal 1947, NRS 1947, World Hall of Fame Rose 1976

Breeder

Year Bred

1942

Repeat Bloomer

Rose Height

3' – 4'

Root Form

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The heights & zones are guidelines only. Roses & fruit trees grow differently in different zones, and require proper winter protection accordingly.

Peace® is the most famous and most grown yellow rose in history. Mostly born in solitary, the delicate lemon yellow flowers have a painted pink edge which become more pronounced as the blooms matures. With age, these classic, large, double blooms change to resemble peonies. Peace® is an upright rose plant which can be 3′ – 4′ tall. Recognized internationally, Peace® has been the recipient of the following awards: AARS 1946, Portland Gold Medal 1944, ARS Gold Medal 1947, NRS 1947, World Hall of Fame Rose 1976

Peace® is the most famous and most grown yellow rose in history. Mostly born in solitary, the delicate lemon yellow flowers have a painted pink edge which become more pronounced as the blooms matures. With age, these classic, large, double blooms change to resemble peonies. Peace® is an upright rose plant which can be 3′ – 4′ tall. Recognized internationally, Peace® has been the recipient of the following awards: AARS 1946, Portland Gold Medal 1944, ARS Gold Medal 1947, NRS 1947, World Hall of Fame Rose 1976